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Name:Bwrdd Arthur
Hill number:5149
Height:164m / 538ft
Parent (Ma):1961  Mynydd Bodafon [Yr Arwydd]
RHB Section:30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula
County/UA:Anglesey [Sir Fon] (CoU)
Maritime area:North Wales - Anglesey
Class:Hump, Tump (100-199m), Clem
Grid ref:SH 58579 81289
Summit feature:rock c 5m E of trig point
Col:29m  SH515775  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 114 115
(1:25k) 263N
Observations:higher ground may be hidden in vegetation
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 105 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
easy climb from the road junctioncurlebd18/10/2019
The only tump today on an otherwise packed itinerary exploring the peninsular N of Beaumaris and Pentraeth with Lesley, stopping to explore an overgrown Standing stone near Llandona then parking up near the Church lower down and taking the track as others then the path to the Trig with the higher land and rock a few metres away, close to a bramble thicket. We carried on to explore the Augustinian Priory, St Seriol's Well, the Dovecote then Penmon point looking across to Puffin Island (hopefully will summit in August) followed by an exploration of the Castle, Gaol, Courthouse, Baron Hill ruins followed by a circ walk then over to Bangor for food.Dazingdale18/07/2019
P road jnct. Through gate-path - track then path. Ground to NW of trig looked higher.chrisbien16/04/2019
Parked at junction of unclassified road & road to the small church. Nice walk up to the top. Last Anglesey tump.DanMaisieBex14/04/2019
Easy walk up signposted path from track junction to SE, where there's room to park.davidpettit8407/12/2018
Parked in entrance to mast for a short climb.rhalstead25/12/2017
Part of an easy trail run from PentraethShutterlag02/11/2017
Quick up and down just as the sun was setting, great views across to Snowdonialisa90521/09/2017
On a little detour while walking the coast path from Benllech to Penmon. It poured with rain just before we started to climb up from the west, but the sun was coming out by the time I got up into the fort interior. The interior has grown into a lovely meadow and the views a very fine in all directions.thesweetcheat22/07/2017
W Jen and Bryher, up from gate/stile to SW, just enough room to squeeze the campervan in. Gorsey approach made choice of shorts interesting. Fine view inc a peek at Puffin Isle.nordicstar09/06/2017
From coastal car park via coastal path,other paths,road and permissive path to great viewpoint. Walk marred by late rain. With Bridget,Lily and Oscar.catman30/05/2017
With Bridget,Lily and Catman.oscarrosie30/05/2017
With Oscar,Lily and Catman.rosiebridge30/05/2017
With Grandma,Oscar and Ali.lilyrosieives30/05/2017
Parked by coast in car park at SH 56698 80627. Made a bit of a circuit walk, following the Anglesey coast path firstly along the coast then Eastwards inland to finally branch off and reach the summit. On the way back went down some green lanes that would be a botanists delight. With Julie and H & H.David Evans07/05/2017
Short walk from the SW. Had a bit of a battle with some gorse but no real problems.Herbert Anchovy13/02/2017
Very hazy and low sun so views restricted to nearby landmarks. Easy walk to summit from road southJamesD197226/01/2017
Visited summit from layby near WT station, went along E cliff and tried to make a small circuit but soon finished up on the informal path leading from the gate on Lon Goch. With Petepwheeler18/09/2016
From the bend in the road to the SW. Note that there are plans to move the 'coast path' nearer the coast and dissolve the ROW though Tan-dinas.tim74706/08/2016
With K. Access from S.Ashley15/07/2016
7/12 Seventh of peak bagging day (Great Orme/Little Orme (Creigiau Rhiwledyn)/Bryn Euryn/Bryn Pyden/Mynydd Marian/Mynydd Ellian/Bwrdd Arthur/Moel Rhiwen/Clip Y Orsedd/Foel Lwyd/Tal Y Fan/Moel y Gaer)Fergalh28/02/2016
parked in entrance to WT station. barbed wire and gorseThearlaichdubh23/03/2015
In the driving wind and rain from single ( just) parking spot on corner by stile. bet it's a nice little hill on a good day -could hardly stand on the top.Mark Sims09/03/2015
Parked at sharp right hand bend in road, just enough room for one car, short walk to the top.Craig6712/02/2015
Parking at field entrance at bend in road. Whole site is in private ownership, but clear path through bracken to summit hill fort and trig. Nearby TV mast is an OS intersected station.jonglew26/10/2014
Parked in the large (free) car park on Red Wharf Bay (SH 56727 80616)(beach cafe and toilets) and walked east along the beach to join the Anglesey Coast Path through fields up into Pentrellwyn. Had to leave it there because the coast path was closed due to a landslip. Followed track between houses, then left on narrow lane up the hill past the large aerial station. Then left at lane junction to follow RoW on west flank of the hill (access land), turning onto a minor path east which wound its way up through thorn bushes (a bit overgrown) to the little limestone crags and summit. Fine view of Snowdonia. Returned the same way.Man of Kernow109/08/2014
On a tour of Sir Ynys Mon bumps. From SH587812.summitsup16/06/2014
HP slightly to SE of the trig by a metre or 2.Adrian23/03/2014
Parked on the triangle at start of track then easy climb to top.Chris Peart20/01/2014
11.36am With brother Anthony, Lawrence, Lewis and Eliottvegibagger19/08/2013
Quick up and down from the roadside with Conker the dog.RichieRambler23/06/2013
Off at 9.15 on a footpath by the road fence and straight up to the flattish green top and column 7298 at 9.22.arranc30/05/2013
A tour of Anglesey & Holy Island taking in the tops. Great views from all, easy parking to be found for a quick up-n-down. Holyhead Mtn quite striking done at the end of the day from South Stack as the sun set. Warm & dry but breezy.apricorum22/05/2013
Parked at beginning of footpath (SH 584811). Followed footpath then doubled back thru a field to summit - approach covered in gorse & brambles but managed to get up ok!citygent08/09/2011
Day of the Royal Wedding.Alex C29/04/2011
Parked on right angle bend to SE. Easy climb.clivevilla30/03/2011
Late afternoon trek from Pentraeth to Glan-y-afon. Climb to the fort from the ROW to west was fine but couldn't locate an eastern descent route (indicated on 1:25K) & ended up at Tan-dinas.Smudge12/02/2011
As noted by Des, summit trig in a dip with higher ground either side. Super views of Red Wharf Bay on mild grey Friday.Dugswell215/10/2010
Walked up from Llanddona on a gorgeous bank holiday Monday with Lynn. Nice top with fabulous views of Snowdonia and we could just pick out the Lake District.simon and co03/05/2010
Had to wait to park whilst some escaped sheep and lambs wandered past. I tried to catch the sheep that had barbed wire tangled up in her but without success. A nice top which can be bagged as a trig point too.Father Ted11/03/2010
Detour from Coast pathJohnIvor24/06/2009
Trig point - ground 2m away higher - just. From right angle bend on road to the SW. Footpath and then narrow path. Stroll. Excellent views of Snowdonia covered in snow and Anglesey.destaylor28/10/2008
Up and down from the road. Short easy climb not to be missed for the views.Jake99425/10/2005
pleasant limest summit, fine view somewhat spoiled by tall mast nearby (5/7 mast not recalled?). path from gate at 583812; N, then E RHW10/02/2002
Andy West10/04/2019